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Safety on a construction site isn’t just a secondary concern to keep an eye on – it’s absolutely essential. Presumably no one wants to get injured (or worse), but that’s exactly what is risked every time an employee is lax with safety protocols. What can be done to change that indifferent attitude toward safety that […]

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3 Tips for Celebrating Your Company Anniversary

Will your organization reach a significant company anniversary soon? 10 years, 20 years, 50 years?  These major milestone deserve to be recognized. Congratulations!  There are lots of ingredients that go into building a company that is successful long-term.  An important mission, solid leadership and happy customers are a few of them.  Few organizations can reach a major company anniversary without the contributions of a dedicated staff, day in and day out. Here are 3 tips for making your company anniversary special!

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2020 Recognition Calendar of Holidays

Recognition Holidays are around each and every corner. Download the official Recognition Holiday Calendar 2020 Edition! 

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DRIVE – The Science and the Soul of Motivation

How much of our motivation happens in the forefront of our mind vs. behind the scenes?   Daniel Pink shared that there is clear evidence that we are DRIVEN by autonomy, mastery and purpose.  Are we always thinking about these things on a daily basis?   What types of things can we do to keep our drive up?   At Terryberry, we are in the business of DRIVE.   We want to go deeper into what motivates people and keeps them performing at a high level both personally and professionally.

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Terryberry’s Recognition Mailbox Gets a Major Overhaul in the 3.0 Release

Recognition Mailbox 3.0 collects and shares success data from virtually any external source.  Terryberry says clients can now “Systematically recognize anything!”

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National Boss’s Day!

It’s National Boss’s Day this October the 16th. What do you do on National Boss’s Day? Celebrate your awesome bosses, of course. It’s time to recognize your boss and supervisor for all the guidance they give you. However, it’s not always easy for bosses to recognize and reward their employees. Sometimes it’s difficult for bosses […]

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Real Men Wear Pink – Terryberry’s Mike Byam in the fight against breast cancer

The Real Men Wear Pink campaign gives men a leadership role in the fight against breast cancer. Terryberry’s CEO, Mike Byam, is fired up to make an impact and help raise money toward early detection, innovative research, and patient support. 

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2020 Vision: How to Review your Employee Rewards and Recognition Strategy

If your organization has an employee recognition program, we know that this time of year you may be asking yourself, “how is it going?”  We asked Alex and Jared for their advice on how to conduct a review for rewards and recognition programs.  Check out their top 5 “Recognition Program Review” questions.   Find out what areas to focus on for improvement in 2020.

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Tools to Improve Work-life Balance in the Workplace

A healthy work-life balance should be a key pillar supporting a company’s organizational structure, goals, and culture, as it has major effects on productivity and retention. With technological advances evolving the workforce, flexibility is more possible than ever — employers just have to address it. With a comprehensive strategy, work-life balance solutions can be done […]

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Happy HR Professionals’ Day!

Finally, HR Professionals have a day of recognition all their own, and it’s today! September 26 is HR Professionals’ Day.

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Terryberry Among Michigan’s Best and Brightest in Wellness 4th Year in a Row

Both internally with staff and through the company’s interaction with customers and prospects, employee wellness is an area of focus for Terryberry’s business today.   Terryberry ramped up their own internal employee wellness program a half-decade ago.  “As a team, we actively pursued the goal of helping each other Be Well.  In a short amount of time, we saw that it was truly impacting the lives and health of many of our employees.  Individuals were reducing their risk factors and feeling better,” says Byam.

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